This year, I spoke about Gutenberg (which I’m using to write this post), and our experience of choosing Gutenberg and building for a Gutenberg world. The talk was more philosophy and anecdote than step-by-step coding lesson: how and why we decided to build with Gutenberg, what worked and what didn’t, and how folks can get involved in its development.
Below are the slides from my talk, along with some links and notes.
I was very excited to have the opportunity to speak at WordCamp Hamilton last weekend. I know a number of folks from the Toronto and Buffalo WordPress communities, so Hamilton was a great opportunity to see those folks plus meet some new faces.
My talk, “The WordPress-Powered Startup,” was about developing a startup software product/app with WordPress. It’s not necessarily the right long-term solution, but makes it easy to get your minimum-viable product up and running without hiring a dev team.